Book Reviews of The Art of Deception (Boldt / Matthews, Bk 8)

The Art of Deception (Boldt / Matthews, Bk 8)
The Art of Deception - Boldt / Matthews, Bk 8
Author: Ridley Pearson
ISBN-13: 9780786890002
ISBN-10: 0786890002
Publication Date: 8/1/2003
Pages: 464
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 79 ratings
Publisher: Hyperion
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Well-plotted investigative thriller!
"Seattle Police forensic psychologist Diane Matthews volunteers as a teenage runaway counselor. When a woman's body is found beaneath Aurora Bridge Matthews is one of the first on the scene--and begins a puzzling investigation that tangles with her own past."
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Very good!!
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Pretty interesting and a nice distraction after a long day....
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Friendship comes at a cost. For beautiful Mary Ann Walker that cost proves to be her life. Seattle Police forensic psychologist Daphne Matthews begins a puzzling investigation that becomes entangled with her own past.
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Ridley Pearson's books are always entertaining. An author you can count on.
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REALLY good Boldt/Matthews book. Focus on Daphne and LaMoia this time, and really brings depth to the characters. Oh, good story too!!!
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This one keeps you guessing until the very end. Great book!
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Very good and suspenseful
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I had trouble putting this book down. The author set the story in Seattle, in the newly discovered Underground City, and this fasinating setting is a great backdrop for this fast paced, exciting mystery thriller. There were multiple plots throughout, and they wove in and out of each other. I couldn't guess the outcome, until the very end. Even some romance thown in to sweeten the plot. This is a fantastic writer, and I am determined to read all of his books!
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Terrific! Fast-paced, compelling plot, interesting characters -- Ridley Pearson writes a darned good book!
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Good forensic pschology investigative crime story about a teenage suicide in Seattle.
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Mystery surounding the disapperance of several women and the area below the city.
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This is the eighth novel in this series about the cases of Lou Boldt. Here, a trio of murders related to a derelict area of Seattle calls out for the skills of police psychologist Daphne Mathews (and Lou's ex), but she's got a number of ongoing issues already, including a stalker she used to have a patient
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this book got me from page one and kept my attention through the whole story! I learned a lot of things and immediately ran out and got more of this books! Great story!
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This book is hailed as the best in the Lou Bolt_Daphne Matthews series. I really liked the others, but this one did not hold my interest. I didn't even finish reading it. What was different , I can't say. I just thought it boring.
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For my In House Thriller reader, this was the novel that made him finally lose patience with Pearson. Too much of the plot depends on characters doing stupid, unprofessional things. A great shame, because it was a series that started well ...